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Thanks for visiting! Not a lot has changed in the past year, I am married to a great guy and mom of two fun boys. Ethan is 10 now and in 5th grade. Aiden is 8, and loves all things sports! Of course for some reason he likes the Browns too, but oh well. Ethan and I still like the Bengals.. And we all still love the Reds!
Our whole family loves getting outdoors and playing sports. We are looking forward to hockey and football season this fall.
I have been in the Columbus area now eight years. I have been working with Woody and Zuko for almost six years now! I have been in a few places but now call Dublin home. I graduated from Ohio University, too long ago to tell. But I still feel like I am just out of school.
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This is one of the best articles I have read on the controversies over breastfeeding or not. This is an argument that has always bothered me to no end. I get really sick of those that preach one side or the other. It should be up to the parents to decide what is best. And before anyone starts yelling at me, I stand by that. Please read this man’s article and give it a chance. Don’t stop half way through and start yelling. And I will be honest, I breastfed my boys for a couple weeks, then switched to bottle feeding. It didn’t work for me on several levels. And, I too was made to feel like a failure. Even very close friends were shocked and confused I had stopped.
I will never understand how moms can treat each other this way. Being a mom is the most difficult thing we do. We get told how to parent from everyone, family and friends included. Everyone else knows what’s better for you than you do. There is more anger from moms who believe one way or another than anyone else. And those women are usually the first to tell others to leave their body alone, that it’s their right to make decisions for themselves. Yet, they have no problem railing on others.
I guess all I want to say is just support each other. Don’t tell a mom she is a failure when you have no idea why she made a choice. And she shouldn’t judge you for wanting to breastfeed. He says it best in this one line… “Why is it that when it comes to being pregnant and raising babies there's no middle ground between "ideal" and shaken baby syndrome?”